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Issue CoverEvansvill Living March / April 2011 Issue Cover

March / April 2011

Features
A root beer saloon. Roller skates. Dancing shoes. From places for playing to fascinating people to cool skills,...
Around 1:20 a.m. on a chilly Saturday, Jeff Butts headed home from a late-night game of bowling. As he drove down...
Inside
My lexicon is filled with “fun.” More than a magazine editor should, I tend to speak colloquially, use...
Good Living
Every spring offers an opportunity to dress like a sophisticated Southerner — and pull it off — thanks...
Frozen grape juice concentrate, yeast, sugar, a glass jug, and a balloon were all Damon Murray needed to make his...
Made from Indiana limestone, 14 allegorical figures top the Old Courthouse. Craftsman Franz Englesmann began...
The smell of freshly cut grass and budding yellow tulips can be a refreshing reminder that spring finally is here...
To Tamara Gieselman, the United Methodist Church’s slogan, “Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors,...
Thomas Garvin arrived in Evansville in the mid-19th century with $7 in his pocket. He soon became a prominent...
Departments
 In Ann Arbor, Mich., Zingerman’s is a food institution. It rocks the culinary world with divine...
Before we left Evansville to spend the fall 2010 semester in Pécs, Hungary, most of our friends were pretty...
In the early 1990s, Mark Pettinga was a financial advisor in Indianapolis when his wife, Gayle Gerling Pettinga,...
Numbers tell a story in baseball. Casual fans might know the value of a 20-game winner or the importance of a .300...
Home Style
Spring’s warmer temperatures mean quality time in the garden. If you want to add pizzazz to your tried-and-...
Earlier this year in this column, I stressed the importance of diversifying your garden. (Remember? If you don...
Old wooden wagon wheels and stacks of hay stand sentry at the Newburgh Country Store. A rustic wooden sign...
In March, 65 college basketball teams will compete in one tournament, and Hoosier pride in basketball runs deep....
City Life
Dressed as a black cat, Ela Stein Weissberger sang proudly from a European stage. In the audience were esteemed...
On NBC’s hit comedy Parks and Recreation, Jama Williamson plays a beautiful, smart doctor married to Aziz...
Flavors
Windmill Donuts & Pizza: The menu is not the healthiest, the pizza toppings are limited, but we are so...
Americans have transformed the Italian pizza for decades: Chicagoans with a love of deep dish, New Yorkers with an...
Blame prohibition for the decline of American beers in the 20th century. Plenty of beer connoisseurs and...
Kanpai – The only bar inside this East Side restaurant is for sushi, but as a self-described beer snob,...
The Casual Brewer: Larry Epplin Mariah Hill, Ind. Brewing since 1993 Makes four batches (20 gallons) a year. Why...
As a veteran of Old Chicago’s World Beer Tour, Michael Cannon has tasted the world from a glass. His journey...
In every issue of Evansville Living, columnist Eli Haddix entices readers with a new recipe. For this edition of...
First, the obligatory disclaimer: Read the fine print before you buy a discounted restaurant certificate. (Limits...
Online Exclusives
Kyle Kuric has been on a marvelous ride during his four years playing basketball at the University of Louisville....
In our March/April 2011 issue we feature Ben Lang's custom log cabin ("Rising from the Ashes"). Five...
We strive to cover local restaurants in our magazine, but in this issue of Flavors, our annual dining issue, we...

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